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Bloomberg
Feb 16, 2017 7:00pm EST
adviser comedy the scandal involving his ties with russia, do you think there is a concern among benjamin netanyahu about whether president trump can honor his promises about improving ties with israel after this honeymoon is over? dan: no. and primeat israel minister netanyahu take at face ,alue, as i believe they should that the united states, the trump administration is going to be supportive, but at the same time is going to leave the room to israel and the palestinians to resolve their own differences as opposed to impose very strong views of the united states on one side or the other as quite candidly, the obama administration did. i thought the most interesting thing that happened in the last couple days was the prime minister of israel's remarks at the prize -- at the press conference yesterday that focused very specifically on what we -- what would need to take place in order for there to be a resolution, which is very specifically that the palestinians in every respect would need to accept and acknowledge and recognize the legitimacy of the state of israel as a jewish nation, an
Bloomberg
Feb 16, 2017 6:00pm EST
to say with benjamin netanyahu is one state, two-state, i just want a deal. rather than interpret the comment as, i am changing u.s. policy because i do not believe in a two state solution, this is somebody that is not know about the issue and never thought about it and it is his way of saying, i kind of want a deal, so let's put everything on the table and talk about it. and then people will actually negotiate stuff. it is a sign of rampant amateurism, rather than a different policy. john: so what happened with taiwan at the beginning? ideon: exactly. they have walked back to the china policy, they have walked back the idea of the iran deal and ripping it up. we do not know how far it goes and we do not know how donald trump, how comfortable he is backtracking. so this is an interesting guy, gary cohen, the head of the economic council and the guy in the white house doing economic policy. from goldman sachs. it is not just goldman sachs, people in finance that i know think incredibly highly of gary. they think he is a serious guy and they think that he is able to provide the kind
FOX News
Feb 16, 2017 3:00pm PST
minister benjamin netanyahu says he's enjoying the relationship with the new president. the prime minister spoke with sean hannity this afternoon. >> interesting to watch the president say what a cherished ally israel is and there's no better supporter of the jewish people in the state of israel then donald trump. >> how do you know that? >> i've known him from the time that i was serving as israel's ambassador to the u.n. and we would bump into each other in new york city. we've gotten to know each other over 40 years and most recently obviously. we've always had a great alliance between israel and america. >> bret: you can see more of the interview tonight on " "hannity." president trump unloads in the media in a news conference been we will get reaction from the panel when we return. y nose." y nose." hashtag "no sleep." i got it. hashtag "mouthbreather." yep. we've got a mouthbreather. well, just put on a breathe right strip and ... pow! it instantly opens your nose up to 38% more than cold medicine alone. so you can breathe ... and sleep. shut your mouth and say goodnight mouthbreathe
LINKTV
Feb 16, 2017 3:00pm PST
conference at the white house with israeli prime ministster benjamin netanyahu. pres. trump: looking at a two state and one state, and i like the one ththat both parties lik. i'm very happy with h the one tt bothth parties like. i can live witith eithther one. i i thought for a while thethe o state looks like i it might be e easier of the two, but honestly, , ifb and the p palestinians israel and the palestinians are happy, i am happy with the one they like the best. amy: israel continues to annex palestinian lands to construct jewish-only settlements, leading many observers, including former secretary of state john kerry, to say a two-state solution may no longer be viable. but trump's remarks represented a break from twenty years of official u.s. support for a palestinian state. alongsgside isisrael. in the west bank, chief palestinian negotiator saeb erekat responded to president trump's comments. >> those who believe that they can undermine the two-state solution and replace it with what i call one state, two systems, maintaining the status quo now, i don't thinknk in the 21st century the
BBCNEWS
Feb 16, 2017 9:30pm GMT
. it was an astonishing achievement that the election result. we talked about the scale of it with benjamin netanyahu. it did so it with benjamin netanyahu. it did so again today. i put it out for the american people. i got 306 electoral couege american people. i got 306 electoral college votes. i wasn't supposed to get 222. they said there was no way to get you to do. 230 is impossible. 270 is what you need and that is laughable. we got 306 because people came out and voted like they have never seen came out and voted like they have never seen before. that is the way it goes. i guess it was the biggest electoral college win since ronald reagan. that is ronald -- donald trump social democratic and the biggest electoral college win since ronald reagan. remember that each state gets a certain amount of electoral college votes. the first one to get the clear majority becomes president. unfortunately, the president told you something there that was completely untrue. as he was in a room full of journalists, it was unlikely that he was going to get a way with not being picked up on that. you said that you
MSNBC
Feb 16, 2017 1:00pm PST
yesterday with benjamin netanyahu in the east room to a question that had nothing to do with the election. he keeps talking about it as though he somehow is still getting this raw deal from the press. i think that that is only raising questions. because obviously there is a connection with why was russia meddling in our election and trying to help donald trump. and he seemed at times during the transition concerned that it looked improper. so then he questioned the value of u.s. intelligence on this question, leading to more questions about his relationship with russia. so, again, as others have said, i think these -- he did not satisfactorily answer many of these issues, specifically about russia, and the connection between his campaign and folks in russia, the russian government. reporters will keep digging on this. >> ron, let me bring you back in on this. if i can use you as a little bit of a red state decoder. on the subject of factual inaccuracies. the example of the electoral college. you hear from blue america, why doesn't this bother more voters? donald trump saying inaccurate th
FOX Business
Feb 16, 2017 3:00pm EST
president trump surprised benjamin netanyahu yesterday with the request to hold off. so we bring in the former israeli ambassador. he saw this protest. you have palestinian flags been raised and then them dancing in. welcome to america. are you concerned about david freeman. it was quite uncivilized to do that. they have the opportunity to defend himself. i think he will be a great ambassador obviously he has the trust of the president. he's going to be confirmed. this is kind of undermining it. and donald trump said yesterday with a bigger and better idea. is david friedman the man considering his father is one of the founders. is he the guy who can bring the palestinians in the israelis together or do you really think it might be jared kushner his son-in-law. i'm sure he is a professional enough to celebrate this in the policies that he's going to represent and implement. as for the president talking about the larger deal in my mind he's talking about the original peace deal. always the principle was. let's go from inside to outside. let's get a deal with the palestinians. the
MSNBC
Feb 16, 2017 12:00pm PST
to hear. on your show tonight for greta's entire interview with prime minister benjamin netanyahu right here on msnbc. >>> after the break i'll be joined by congressman chris collins. he was sitting right next to the president today -- this morning at a group meeting with the president's earliest supporters. you see him on the right side of your screen. we'll ask him what he learned at the white house this morning coming up. to folks everywhere whose diabetic... ...nerve pain shoots and burns its way into your day... ...i hear you. when that pain makes simple errands simply unbearable... ...i hear you. i hear you because my dad struggled with this pain. make sure your doctor hears you too. so folks, don't wait. step on up. and talk to your doctor. because you have places to go... ...and people who can't wait for you to get there. if you have diabetes and burning, shooting pain in your feet or hands... step on up and talk to your doctor today. anyone ever have occasional y! constipation,diarrhea, gas or bloating? she does. she does. help defend against those digestive issues. take philli
ABC
Feb 16, 2017 11:00am PST
because people that know me -- and you heard the prime minister, you heard benjamin netanyahu yesterday, did you hear him? he said, i've known donald trump for a long time, and then he said forget it. so you should take that, instead of having to get up and ask a very insulting question like that. yeah, go ahead. >> thank you. i'm lisa from pbs -- >> it shows you about the press but that's the way the press is. >> thank you, mr. president. lisa des j a ardin from pbs news hour. can you give us more details on the executive order you plan for next week. >> it is a fair question. >> in addition, the daca program for immigration, what is your plan? do you intend to continue the program or end it? >> we are going to show great heart. daca is a difficult subject for me, i will tell you. to me it is one of the most difficult subjects i have because you have these incredible kids in many cases, not all of the cases, in some of the cases they're gang members and drug dealers, too. but you have some absolutely incredible kids. i would say mostly. they were brought here in such a way -- it is a v
BBCNEWS
Feb 16, 2017 7:00pm GMT
heard the prime minister, you heard benjamin netanyahu minister, you heard benjamin neta nyahu yesterday, did minister, you heard benjamin netanyahu yesterday, did you hear him? he said, "i've known donald trump for him? he said, "i've known donald trumpfora him? he said, "i've known donald trump for a long time" then he said, "for get it" you should take that instead of getting up and asking an insulting question. it shows you about the press. that is the way the press is. reporter: our national security and immigration, can you give us more details on the executive order you plan for next week? it's a fair question. in addition on the programme for immigration. what is your plan? do you plan to continue that programme or to end it we are going to show great heart. it's a very difficult subject for me. i will tell you. it's one of the most difficult subjects i have. you have these incredible kids in many cases, not in all cases. in some of the cases they are are gang members and drug dealers, too. but you have some absolutely incredible kids. i would say mostly. they were brought here i
CNBC
Feb 16, 2017 1:00pm EST
benjamin netanyahu yesterday. did you hear him? he said, i've known donald trump for a long time. then he said, forget it. so you should take that instead of having to get up and ask a very insulting question. >> go ahead. >> thank you, i'm lisa -- >> shows you about the press, but that's the way the press is. >> thank you, mr. president. lisa from the bbs news hour. >> good. >> on national security and immigration, can you give us details on the executive order planned for next week, even broad outlines? focused on specific countries, and in addition, on the program for immigration, what is your plan? do you plan to continue that program or to end it? >> we're going to show great heart. it's a very difficult summbject for me. the most difficult. you have incredible kids, in many cases, not all cases. in some of the cases, they are gang members and drug dealers, too. you have some absolutely incredible kids. i would say mostly. they were brought here in such a way -- it's a very, very tough subject. we are going to deal with this with heart. i have to deal with a lot of politicians, don't
Bloomberg
Feb 16, 2017 12:00pm EST
the previous puz der. you almost wonder if he wasn't a decoy pick. yesterday with benjamin netanyahu he managed to walk away from the question on flynn and the whole russia situation. will he do that again today? kevin: who knows if he will walk away, but he will face since about russia and general flynn who just the other day he stood by, he defended despite press secretary sean spicer saying president trump asked for general flynn's resignation. there is a ton of talk that perhaps bob hardwood could potentially be the replacement to the general flynn. address -- handle an and address the accusations that have donned this white house in its infancy? how to see address the questions and the accusations that his previous campaign iterations had a direct contact with russian officials? i spoke with paul manafort who denied vehemently any allegations that he spoke to anyone connected with russia. how does this president address those concerns and ease concerns on capitol hill where house speaker paul ryan said he wants to tackle things like tax reform and repealing parts of the affordable care act
FOX Business
Feb 16, 2017 12:00pm EST
you very much. neil: see that? with prime minister benjamin netanyahu yesterday. netanyahu didn't know the president was leaving the room. look at this? [laughter] i'm out taher -- uoutaa here. he says he is done he says he is done. when you think average time of joint successes, 24, 25 minutes, barack obama's were excess of an hour, i'm not saying shorter is better than longer, or longer is better than shorter, different. a stop watch might be in order here. blake burman at the white house with more, what we can expect. i don't know how long it bows but i know it will be interesting. reporter: let you time it. maybe 24, 25 minutes, maybe we'll get a whole lot of him. with alexander acosta along his side which we expect mr. trump to announce at any moment. this was put together at the last minute. 11:00 this morning the president briefing reporters yeah, there will be a press conference at noon. we're an hour later in the east room waiting announcement on alexander acosta. he is the dean for florida international university. a school some might not know. if you know around the south fl
FOX News
Feb 16, 2017 9:00am PST
with the bilateral news conference at the president had with prime minister benjamin netanyahu of israel. how quickly -- that was just yesterday. to put a fine point on it, a very big deal in the news, because there is policy that has been in place for more than 20 years with regard to finding peace in the middle east. this current president said we don't have to look at things the same old way. we can do something different. >> adam: i did two tours of israel for fox. i think a lot of people would love to have that. with a foreign policy, so many more americans need to understand, this is where our world is, where more connected now than we've ever been. there are democrats and republicans who are opposite on so many issues, yet they agree on foreign policies. i think more americans need to pay attention. you talk about a two state solution, i guarantee you most americans don't even know tuesdays are there. >> harris: you just put it so finally. this is where we are, this is right now. president trump is obviously an example of that. >> meghan: adam is making a great point, though. the prison from w
FOX News
Feb 16, 2017 8:00am PST
and there was a bit of joking back and forth between donald trump and benjamin netanyahu. >> jenna: how did you read that? there was a little bit of i don't know if you will like this and benjamin netanyahu kind of looked at president trump like i don't know if i will like that. how did you read that exchange? >> i read it as two men who are not entirely in lockstep. what the president was saying was that he wanted to get a deal done. then we heard at this sort of afterthought about one state or to state. i think there's still some confusion, we need to get some clarity from the president in days to come. >> jenna: what kind of solution will the president come up with? how does it play into the broader story of what's good for america in the middle east and how to bring our allies closer together and put our adversaries on watch? >> we have a lot of sympathy toward the iranian regime and their regional activity. then there's an interesting thing that came up and yesterday's press conference as well that both men were talking about a possible regional peace agreement that might include the saudi's, t
NBC
Feb 16, 2017 7:00am PST
. >> thank you. >>> the president is making headlines for the high-stakes meeting with benjamin netanyahu. this was an early test of a pledge to strengthen the relationship between the two nations. chief correspondent andrea mitchell is here with more on that. andrea, good morning. >> reporter: good morning to you. and the president is reshaping u.s. policy towards israel. he's supremely confident he can accomplish what has eluded eight presidents for decades, achieving comprehensive middle east peace. in style and substance, president trump charting a new course in america's relationship with israel. >> bibi and i have known each other a long time. a smart man, a great negotiator. >> reporter: the chemistry between the leaders, a sharp contrast to netanyahu's frosty relationship with barack obama. >> our lines have been remarkably strong. but under your leadership, i'm confident it will get even stronger. >> reporter: in a sharp break with his predecessors, the new president backing away from four decades of bipartisan u.s. support for a palestinian state. the two-state solution. >> i'm
CBS
Feb 16, 2017 7:00am PST
israeli president trump benjamin netanyahu yesterday. he said any israeli-palestinian peace deal is okay with him, even if it leaves the palestinians without a country of their own. >> the meeting took place at a stressful moment for the white house. the president needs a new labor secretary nominee and is still working to replace general michael flynn. margaret brennan is at the white house. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. american presidents typically set the global am f agenda for foreign policy. diplomats tell me that president trump's is still very vague. one thing that is clear is that he wants to broker a broad middle east peace deal. his own public statements may complicate that. >> my friend, prime minister kbeng min netanyahu. >> reporter: the two leaders showered each other with praise, a stark contrast to the strained relationship with president obama. president trump broke with more than two decades of u.s. policy when he said he would not insist on a two-state solution to the israeli-palestinian conflict. >> i thought for a while the two-state may be the easier of
FOX Business
Feb 16, 2017 9:00am EST
that joint news conference between benjamin netanyahu and donald trump. also jim he chaos at that who at trump tower when president-elect trump, that was screaming and i mean screaming at donald trump. and so now they're saying the fix is in. john king, another anchor on cnn, followed up later this is white house in crisis. the american people have questions. those questions are not being answered. i guess cn nrepp cents the american people and their opinion. stuart: ashley, do you think that the president should call on "the new york times" and cbs, cnn, msnbc, occasionally? ashley: he could. that is within his remit. should he? i don't think so. i mean does he want to avoid those people? how long can it go on? some point you have to take them on. stuart: but he is punishing them right now. ashley: making his point. i get it. do they deserve it? no. >> he is punishing jim acosta. this is personal. donald trump went after a nbc reporter for months on the campaign trail. he felt she treated him with animosity. so i'm not surprised this is a little hostile right now. stuart: be careful,
FOX News
Feb 16, 2017 6:00am PST
with benjamin netanyahu president trump said this about tehran. >> one of the worst deals i've ever seen is the iran deal. my administration has already imposed new sanctions on iran and i will do more to prevent iran from ever developing -- i mean ever -- a nuclear weapon. >> bill: ed royce chairs the house foreign affairs committee is with me now. thank you for your time. your hearing top of the hour on iran. what's that all about? >> one of the things that has just happened is general salamony, responsible for the death of nearly 500 americans as a consequence of him hitting up the forces, the organization that is responsible for assassinations outside iran. he was just caught in moscow violating the existing sanctions we have on his travel. so when the president of the united states says that this was a badly negotiated deal, we now see that not only are they developing these ballistic missiles, but they are in consultation with the head of the their terror network in moscow. obviously for additional weapons of war. and we have to move now. >> bill: that's a clear violation of the ir
CBS
Feb 16, 2017 6:00am PST
benjamin netanyahu at the white house. president trump broke with a two decades old u.s. policy on israel backing away from the idea of creating an independent palestinian state. >> i'm looking at two state and one state and i like the one that both parties like. [ laughter ] >> i'm very happy with the one that both parties like. i can live with either one. >> president trump says he is still committed to a peace deal. he also asked netanyahu to hold back on building new settlements. >>> meanwhile, andrew puzder has withdrawn his nomination for a labor secretary after gop senators reportedly warned the white house that he may not win confirmation. concerns were raised after puzder admitted to employing an undocumented immigrant as a housekeeper for five years. puzder is also dealing with a newly unearthed decades old tape where his ex-wife alleges he physically abuse her when they were married. she later recanted the story. >>> time now 6:08. a new push this morning from the nation's grocery stores to clarify what the food expiration and safety labels really mean. >> and why some students
MSNBC
Feb 16, 2017 6:00am PST
that press conference with the israeli prime minister, benjamin netanyahu saying it was the media's fault and those leak that is were to blame for the oust of michael flynn, not michael flynn himself. he was the one who asked for michael flynn's resignation. a lot of moving parts here. the president, himself, moving forward with his own probe into those leaks, steph. >> when he went to see the cia after his inauguration, he said i'm going to love you guys, i'm going to have your back so much, you are going to say, enough, enough, i don't need it. now, there's reports he's bringing in someone to do an overhaul of the whole joint? >> that's right. there's a lot of skepticism. this is a wall street guy. he's someone who is the co-founder of capital management. skepticism about whether or not he is the right person to head up this probe. again, this is something the president has been talking about a lot, that he wants to investigate these leaks of intelligence communities now. we are seeing him move forward. look at the tweet from earlier where he doubled down on the accusations of the intel
LINKTV
Feb 16, 2017 5:30am PST
face-to-face meeting with benjamin netanyahu, trump did not give clear support for an adependent palestine via two-state solution in the middle east. instead, he said he would be ok with a one-state solution as long as it brings peace. ellen kingsford explains. trump has set a two-state solution may not be a solution to the arab-israeli conflict. at tworump: i am looking state and one state, and i like the one that both parties like. happy with the one that both parties like. i can live with either one. i thought for a while that the two-state may be the easier of the two, but honestly if the palestinians and israelis are happy, i am happy with the one they like the best. >> benjamin netanyahu laid out a prerequisite for peace, demanding that the palestinians recognize the jewish state, but he played down the importance of settlements to the conflict. >> i believe the issue of the settlements is not the core of the conflict, nor does it drive the conflict. i think it is an issue that has to be resolved in the context of peace negotiations. iran is seen by israel as the biggest se
CNN
Feb 16, 2017 5:00am PST
israeli president trump benjamin netanyahu. the president breaking with decades of foreign policy, abandoning a two-state solution to middle east peace. no longer insisting on the creation of a palestinian state and making clear he isn't giving netanyahu a blank check. >> as with any successful negotiation, both sides will have to make compromises. you know that, right? >> reporter: in yet another blow for the trump white house, the president's embattled pick for labor secretary andrew puzder withdrawing his nomination a day before he was set to give a senate hearing over eroding succe success, over his business record and personal character issues. president trump tweeting, quote, the spotlight has finally been put on the low life leakers. they will be caught. candidate trump during the campaign embraced leakers as performing a public service. alisyn? >> joining us now, republican congressman brian nast of florida, united states army combat bet and purple heart recipient. good morning, congressman. >> good morning. >> thanks so much for being here. are you worried about what you'
CBS
Feb 16, 2017 5:00am PST
in december. >>> israel's prime minister benjamin netanyahu is meeting this morning with vice president mike pence. it comes after a meeting yesterday with president trump at the white house. president trump asked israel to hold back on building more jewish settlements on palestinian land saying it's not helpful to peace. the president also repeated his support for eventually moving the u.s. embassy from tel aviv to jerusalem. >>> this morning, an undocumented worker in colorado is defying deportation orders. jeanette [ non-english name ] a mother of three has taken refuge inside this church in denver. she came to the u.s. more than 20 years ago. years ago she was convicted of a misdemeanor crime for using forged social security documents to stay employed. yesterday, a rally was held in support of her in front of i.c.e. headquarters. she did not show up for a scheduled meeting with agents out of fear of being deported. >> we recognize that that is the unfortunate result of a chaotic lacking of focus policy out of washington. >> under president trump any undocumented worker can be deported. t
LINKTV
Feb 16, 2017 5:00am PST
benjamin netanyahu. past u.s. administrations upheld the two state solution as a cornerstone of middle east peace policy it calls for israel and the palestinian state to co-exist. they also took up contention in the west bank. >> as far as s settlements i'd lilike to see you hold back on settlements for a little bit. we'll work something out but i'd like to see a deal be made. i think a deal will be made. >> trump also said he was carefully considering the possibility of moving the u.s. embassy to jerusalem. the status of the city is disputed between israeli and palestinians. the relocation was trump's presidential campaign pledge. labor unions and management at japanese firms are discussing wag wages. >> various labor unions kicked off with management. the focus this year will not only be on whether union leaders can negotiate a basal ri increase for the fourth straight year but also better working conditions including a decrease in overtime hours representatives of the japanese electronic and information union submitted their request to the management of electronics makers on thursday. th
CNN
Feb 16, 2017 4:00am PST
's resignation also overshadowing the high profile visit from benjamin netanyahu. >> seth: the president breaking from decades of u.s. foreign policy abandoning a solution to middle east peace. no longer insisting on the creation of a palestinian state and making it clear he isn't giving netanyahu a blank check. >> as with any successful negotiation both sides will have to make compromises. you know that, right? >> reporter: and in another blow the president's pick for labor secretary with drawing his nomination a day before he is set to get a hearing over eroding support and his business record and personal character issues. >> on top of all of this we're still waiting to hear the extent of which the administration will revise or rewrite the controversial travel ban that's been tied up in the courts. the president today holds a listening session with members of congress. >> joining us now is jim jordan from ohio. important stuff to talk about, about the potential future for health care and then we have the news of the moment. the president putting out word that he believes that michael flynn is
ABC
Feb 16, 2017 4:00am PST
that joint news briefing with israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu, the president said he would support one state or two, whichever makes both parties happy. he also put netanyahu on the spot suggesting he hold back on settlements in the west bank. >> as far as settlements, i'd like to see you hold back on settlements for a little bit. we'll work something out, but i would like to see a deal be made, so let's see what we do. >> let's try. >> that doesn't sound too optimistic. he's a good negotiator. >> that's the art of the deal. >> i guess he read his book. overnight while meeting with senate leaders, netanyahu dodged questions about the settlements saying only that he would continue working toward an understanding that he says is consistent with the pursuit of peace and security. >>> the u.s. military is keeping an eye on a russian spy ship that's been moving along the east coast. it was last seen about 30 miles from america's biggest submarine base in connecticut, and this is believed to be the fourth time since 2014 that russian spy ships have hovered near u.s. navy bases. the ship
NBC
Feb 16, 2017 4:00am PST
hosted israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu for the first time. but the president's comments don't seem to be enough to keep lawmakers at bay. with a top republican and democrat on the senate judiciary committee, now requesting a briefing and documents related to the circumstances leading up to flynn's resignation. senator mccain pointed to the white house's dysfunction, adding these strong words. >> as i said before, who is making the decisions in the white house? is it the 31-year-old, is it mr. bannon? is it the chairman of the joint chiefs of staff? i don't know. >> and still no official word from the white house on who will serve as the president's permanent national security advisor. as the administration also looks for a new labor secretary nominee, after andy puzder cke restaurant chief pulled himself out of consideration for the post when it became clear he did not have the votes in the senate. puzder lost support in part because of a haunting tape of his ex-wife appearing on the oprah show some 27 years ago in disguise to talk about spousal abuse. charges she later took
CBS
Feb 16, 2017 4:00am PST
? >> reporter: during a news conference with israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu at the white house, mr. trump dodged questions about his administration's alleged communications with russian officials during the campaign. before backing away from the u.s. longstanding policy favoring a two-state solution between israeli and palestinians. >> well, i'm looking at two state and one state, and i like the one that both parties like. >> reporter: mr. trump's israeli envoy pick david friedman is expected to face tough questions on the issue at a senate confirmation hearing today. at least five former ambassadors to israeli are already urging lawmakrs to reject him for what they view as his extreme views on middle east peace. and president trump did ask the israeli prime minister to hold back on building more jewish settlements in the occupied west bank yesterday. the senate will hold a procedural vote today to advance the nomination of scott pruitt to lead the environmental protection agency. anne-marie? >> hena daniels in new york, thank you, hena. >>> today, the senate is expected to vote on
KRON
Feb 16, 2017 4:00am PST
and the united states to even greater heights. " meeting with israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu at the white housepresident donald trump: "i'm looking at two-state, one-state, and i like the one that both parties like." but the focus quickly shifted to new questions swirling around the administration after recent reports that high level aides to president trump were in constant communication with russian officials during his campaign. among them -- former campaign manager paul manafort, and general michael flynn, who resigned from his post as national security adviser monday night.the president blasting the story with baseless claimspresident donald trump: "people are trying to cover up for a terrible loss that the democrats had under hillary clinton. i think it's very very unfair what's happened to general flynn, the way he was treated." and instead focusing on leaks from the intelligence community... president donald trump: "papers are being leaked. things are being leaked. it's criminal action, criminal act." democrats and republicans both wanting to know more. sen. john
NBC
Feb 16, 2017 7:00am EST
. on wednesday, during a joint press conference, with israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu, president trump ignored questions about russia. but mr. trump played up what appeared to be warming relations with israel. >> i think we're going to make a deal. >> reporter: the meeting marked by melania trump's first appearance as first lady since the inauguration. after four decades of bipartisan support for a palestinian state side-by-side with israel, known as the two-state solution, mr. trump saying he is open to a one-state option. >> i'm looking at two-state and one-state. and i like the one that both parties like. >> reporter: but this morning, the young trump administration labor secretary pick andy puzder withdrawing his nomination, after politico obtained footage where puzder's ex-wife described allegations of domestic abuse. >> he vowed revenge. he said, i will see you in the gutter. this will never be over. you will pay for this. >> reporter: puzder has denied allegations made in the tape. they came during a heated divorce. and his ex-wife has recanted. as for the flynn controversy, the
FOX
Feb 16, 2017 7:00am EST
aboua series of leaks. at a press conference witheren h israeli prime ministermi benjamin netanyahu presidentanya trump to target, the u.s. intelligence community. >> papers are being leaked,s things are being leaked.are be. it's criminal action.ti criminal act.iminal a and it's been going on for aa long time before me but nowbut n it's really going on.g >> reporter: and the wall street journal this morningourn with an explosive headlinealosie that parts of the intelhe community are take on trumpt for the same reason.rean. u.s. intelligence officialsff have withheld sensitive intelligence from presidenten donald trump because they arecef concerned it could be leaked e or compromised.or c there's no question that theret has been intelligence leakste that have hurtlligen trump, leap phone conversations betweenionse national security adviser michael flynn and a russianrusan envoy led to flynn's forced resignation this week.week. who's leaking? some se republicans suggest it couldns s beug supporters of presidentresd obama. some of whom are still working r within the government and th
CBS
Feb 16, 2017 7:00am EST
shifting u.s. policy on the middle east. the president welcomed israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu yesterday. mr. trump said any israeli/palestinian peace deal is okay with him even if it leaves the palestinians without a country of their own. >> the meeting took place at a stressful moment for the white house. the president needs to find a new labor secretary nominee and is still working to replace his former national security maviser, general michael flynn. house. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. american presidents typically set the global agenda for global policy, but diplomats tell me president trump is still very vague. one clear priority he has is a broad mideast peace deal, but some of his own public statements may complicate that. >> my friend, prime minister benjamin netanyahu -- >> reporter: at wednesday's press conference with prime minister netanyahu, the two leaders showered each other with praise, a stark contrast to the strain ed relationship with president obama. president trump broke with more than two decades of u.s. policy when he said he would not insis
CBS
Feb 16, 2017 3:12am PST
israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu to the white house. margaret brennan is at the state department with that. margaret? >> reporter: scott, president trump broke with two decades of u.s. policy today, saying he would not insist on a two-state solution to the israeli-palestinian conflict, that means no longer committing to the creation of a palestinian state that would exist peacefully alongside israel. here's the president. >> i thought for a while the two-state looked like it may be the easier of the two, but honestly, if bibi and if the palestinians, if israel and the palestinians are happy, i'm happy with the one they like the best. >> reporter: but president trump did bluntly say to netanyahu he needs to scale back on settlement construction on palestinian land, saying it's not helpful to peace and both sides do need to make compromises. netanyahu replied with a reference to mr. trump's book, "the art of the deal," and the two men had a warm relationship and talked about their long friendship, and this is really in stark contrast to the strained relations that netanyahu had wit
CNN
Feb 16, 2017 3:00am PST
and articulating new policy is he going to be doing it on the fly to make benjamin netanyahu laugh and washington had probably been disturbed for weaks. this is another moment of does he make it up while he goes along. >> what's the one state solution? what is that? >> there is not a one state solution. i think when you talk to people that know a lot about this issue and people in washington and around the world have been trying to resolve this very thorny problem for decades. they know that ultimately if there's going to be any sort of semblance of peace there has to be an israeli state and some kind of palestinian state. you can throw out a one state solution as a talking point. and when push comes to shove it's going to be hard to come up with a solution that does not allow both states to exist side by side independent of each other. >> let's talk about the political reality. i think you can make a fair case that if you were going to do a test in college on what to do with the mideast peace process trump is getting a bad grade based on yesterday. the report card is how do the american people f
FOX Business
Feb 16, 2017 6:00am EST
later. maria: all right -- >> a good samaritan story. >> still ahead prime minister benjamin netanyahu met with vice president mike pence right now on heels of yesterday's meeting with president all the details, then action aggression some say russian spy ship parked off east coast is testing waters with president trump back in a minute. your insurance on time. tap one little bumper, and up go your rates. what good is having insurance if you get punished for using it? news flash: nobody's perfect. for drivers with accident forgiveness, liberty mutual won't raise your rates due to your first accident. and if you do have an accident, our claims centers are available to assist you 24/7. call for a free quote today. liberty stands with you™ liberty mutual insurance >>>. >>>. >>>. maria: welcome back, standing with israeli vice president pence having breakfast with benjamin netanyahu this morning, comes, of course, after netanyahu met with president trump, and two held a joint news conference yesterday. >> so i am look being at two state and one state. and i like the one that both partie
FOX News
Feb 16, 2017 3:00am PST
see the media? brian: many are talking about the press conference yesterday about benjamin netanyahu the synergy between donald trump when he was a businessman and now the prime minister of israel. clearly happy to be working with each other today. i saw jonah goldberg last night saying it was the second best day he became president since announcing the judge you saw synergy and saw a game plan coming forward with middle east peace. when it came to taking questions, many in the media were upset about the choices that donald trump or the staff made in who would ask the questions. one was cbn reporter. one was not a cnn reporter. that really upset the cnn reporter. listen. >> when the last three news conferences all of the questions to the american news media have been handled by conservative press. and i think, wolf, there is no other way to describe it but the fix is in. steve: that's funny, the way it works when a foreign leader comes, in the american press gets two questions and visiting press gets two questions. the two questions were one from the cbn reporter. ainsley: chris broa
CBS
Feb 16, 2017 6:00am EST
rhyme minister benjamin netanyahu at the white house mr. trump dodged questions about his administration's alleged communications with russian officials during the campaign. before backing away from the u.s.'s long standing policy, favoring the two state solution between israelis and palestinian. >> i'm looking at two state, one state and i like the one that both parties like. >> reporter: mr. trump's israel envoy pick david friedman is expect to face tough questions on the issue at his is that the confirmation hearing today, at least five former ambassadors to israel are already urging law make tears reject him for what they view as his extreme views on mid east peace. hena daniels for cbs-3 "eyewitness news". >>> in other news russian spy ship is apparently moving up the east coast, it was reportedly spotted off coast of connecticut yesterday, pentagon says ship is this international waters 30 miles from a naval submarine base. earlier the ship was spotted off coast of delaware in new jersey. the vessel itself is used to collect intelligence from radars and other electronic emission fr
FOX
Feb 16, 2017 6:00am EST
.s. policy toward israel during meeting yesterday with israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu. trump declared he could endorse say one nation she is between israel and palestinians after icy relationship with the obama administration, both men acknowledged warming every relations as they try to find the best way forward for peace in the mideast. us has formally backed the two state solution as official policy since 2002. >>> busy week at the white house. >> really has. >> governor christie was there. mike bought me a ticket yesterday. >> what? >> did you win anything? >> , no i don't think i won. >> no one won the big jackpot. did you go into the office pool? >> did i not. did i not. i don't want to share my money with you guys. >> we will all be standing on that podium, do you realize, 20 deep? >> we need spokesperson. >> and i'll n waiving hi, lauren, who are you? >> i'll be reporting here. >> text me when you're at work tomorrow. no one is waking up this morning, powerball winner. so it soars, the jackpot, to $349 million. >> oh,. >> the odds of winning on saturday? >> are you goi
NBC
Feb 16, 2017 5:30am EST
another leader as prime minister benjamin netanyahu visited the white house. at a news conference, president trump appeared to back away for decades of support for a two-state solution for the palestinians. the president also urged to hold off building new jewish settlements on land that palestinians claim for future state. >>> today, senator casey will meet with the nominee neil gorsuch. on tuesday, republican pennsylvania pat toomey met with gorsuch. >>> at the jersey shore, president trump's name is coming down from signs outside the trump taj mahal casino that closed last september. it required that the president's name be removed from the building by march if renovations or improvements were not made. >>> pennsylvania tom wolf joined by mayor jim kenney at city hall to speak out about a state wide abortion bill that would ban abortions at 20 weeks except in circumstances. >> pennsylvania is not and cannot afford to be place where women cannot make their own held care decisions. >>> sb 3 seeks to circumvent the ruling by enacting some of the most extreme legislation in women's
ABC
Feb 16, 2017 2:07am PST
on "world news now." >>> president trump welcomes israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu to the white house and >>> good morning. i'm diane macedo. >> i'm kendis gibson. here are some of the top headlines we're following on this thursday on "world news now." >>> president trump welcomes israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu to the white house and takes a surprise turn in the quest for peace in the middle east. details just ahead. >>> secretary of state rex tillerson meets in germany with his russian counterpart today. this is tillerson's first overseas trip as the nation's top diplomat and the meet cog offer some clues how the trump administration intends to deal with russia. >>> the president is searching for a new labor secretary nominee. andrew puzder with drew his name. the move came after video surfaced of his ex-wife on oprah accusing him of spousal abuse, a claim she later recanted. >>> police have arrested two women in the connection with the death of kim jong nam, the half-brother of north korea's leader. he was reportedly poisoned by a pair of assassins while at the airp
being fired this week. at the news conference with prime minister benjamin netanyahu, the president slammed the leakers and talked about flynn. here is what the president had to say at the conference. >> general flynn is a wonderful man. i think he has been treated very unfairly by the media. as i call it the fake media in many cases. from intelligence, mpapers are leaked. things are leaked. it is criminal action. criminal act. it has been going on for a long time. before me. now it is really going on. people are trying to cover up for a terrible loss that the democrats had under hillary clinton. >> reporter: the president declined to answer questions from cnn about reports that trump advisers were in contact with the russians during the campaign. we were learning that mike pence was getting to the bottom of the matter. he was not informed two weeks after the justice department had questions about flynn's actions. >> you heard jim report that the vice president wants to get to the bottom of how he was misled. the administration denies that. they deny that the vice president is looki
FOX Business
Feb 16, 2017 5:00am EST
benjamin netanyahu yesterday. the urban has the details. reporter: president trump and benjamin met yahoo! have known each other for decades but have their first face-to-face meeting wednesday at the white house. it has been the policy of the administration has to call for a truce a solution in the attempt to navigate the miast peace process is standing next to benjamin netanyahu, the president. open to other possibilities. >> looking ahead to stay than one state and i like the one above party site. i'm very happy with the one both parties like he effectively with either one. i thought for a while but to save looks like you may be the easier of the two. honestly, if the palestinians that israel and the palestinians are happy, i'm happy with the one they like the best. >> telling the prime minister israel should be flexible when it comes to the issue of settlement holding. the touchy subject to a laugh from benjamin netanyahu. >> what they do see. >> code that you see a deal be made. i know every president, most of them have not guarded until late because they never thought it was possible
CBS
Feb 16, 2017 5:00am EST
conference with israeli rhyme minister benjamin netanyahu at the white house mr. trump dodged questions about his administration's communication with russian officials during the campaign. before backing away against u.s. long standing policy favoring the two state solution between israelis and palestinian. >> i'm looking at two state, one state and i like the one that both parties like. >> reporter: mr. trump's israel envoy pick david friedman is expected to face tough questions on the the iron you at senate confirmation hearing today. five former ambassadors to israel are urging law make tours reject him for what they view as his extreme views on mid east peace. hena daniels for cbs-3 "eyewitness news". >>> well, pgw worker is recovering from a broken leg this morning after a police car rolled over him in west philadelphia. chopper three was over the scene at west minister avenue and mar cost street yesterday afternoon. police say an officer left a patrol car in neutral to chase down a couple runaway suspects that police car began to roll backwards, that is when a nearby pgw worker tr
MSNBC
Feb 16, 2017 2:00am PST
in the middle east. the final day of prime minister benjamin netanyahu's visit, but both he and president trump are waivering on support for a two-state solution. >>> and later defense secretary jim mattis is issuing a warning to nato allies. increase military spending or the u.s. might back off its support. >>> and the white house is searching for a a new labor secretary. the nominee. drop ped out on the eve of his confirmation vote. >>> good morning, alex witt has the day off. a seismic shift of policy in the middle east. president trump announce itted a a two-state solution is not necessarily the goal for peace anymore. a striking reversal of dc kads of u.s. foreign policy. . instead the president says he likes, quote, the one that both parts like. i could live with either one. tr more, let's bring in andrea mut chel with mitchell with more. >> president trump rolled out the red carpet for benjamin netanyahu. the pomp and circumstance of a state visit, plus melania trump's debut at a white house arrival ceremony. a mood change and major policy shift. backing away from four decades of u.s. su
FOX
Feb 16, 2017 5:00am EST
a meeting yesterday with israeli prime minister, benjamin netanyahu. trump declared he could endorse a one nation solution between israel and palestine after icy relationship with the obama administration, both men acknowledged a warming of relations, as they try to find the best way forward for peace in the middle east. >> so i'm looking at two state and one state and i like the one, that both parties like. i'm very happy with the one that both party like. i could live with either one. >> there is no greater supporter of the jewish people and the jewish state than president donald trump. i think we should put that to rest. >> the us is formally backed that two state solution as official policy, since 2002. >>> like super market, the latest retailer facing backlash for caring products linked to the president. now they are being called onto remove trump wines from stores in virginia. the stock trump wine group asking people to boycott grossers retail terse, restaurants, other place that is do business with trump winery. wegmans has been selling these bottles from the charlottesville winery
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